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over the fiscal cliff, greta and have the debt ceiling expire and everyone thought the super committee would get it worked out and the president handled that in the third debate he picked it and doesn't get it done. >> governor, it failed in november of 2011 and what did everybody do between 2011 and now, nothing. the president played golf and congress went on recess, everyone took, everyone took this time. pay the piper on this. they went to work and nothing to stop them after the super committee failed to actually get down to work and instead they did. and we're sad they campaigned to get their jobs back. >> you're exactly right. look, it takes leadership and it starts at the top. the president is the commander-in-chief and his own secretary of defense says the cuts will be devastating. the united states military and national security and now the president is running around doing press conferences when he should be in a room with congress trying to figure it out. here is the problem, greta. we need to cut. the sequester is only 1.2 billion dollars, that's not even one year of the def
. it was in the end game on the fiscal -- on the debt ceiling negotiations in 2011. literally july 27th, 2:30 in the afternoon, jack lew, who's in the white house chief of staff, rob neighbors, the head of congressional relations for president obama, went to see harry reid and proposed sequester. of course, everyone signed up to it, but it was designed to not happen. the cuts were perceived to be so draconian in domestic policy and in defense issues that no one would ever let this happen. it was the super committee, as you may remember, that was supposed to come up with more rational budget cuts. they failed. so we're stuck with -- it's kind of like being on a cruise ship with no power. >> where you have the captain and crew fighting each other and going around in circles. i don't get this, bob. you write this book about how the president and congress talk past each other. we have an election. we hear they might start talking together in a more positive sense. yet, here we have a situation that the defense industry hates, that advocates for the poor hate, that economists hate because you'r
the government at the end of march or allow a -- another debt ceiling crisis. i think it will be more of the same. like muddle through without that, you know, cathartic relief from all the fiscal uncertainty. but neither a catastrophe. >> all right. and stocks continue to run on monetary fumes as greg said. greg, thank you again for your time. great to see you this morning. >> all right. thanks, kelly. >>> the major news event in europe, the italian elections on sunday. italy's caretaker prime minister mario monty has come out swinging again the former premier, silvio berlusconi, saying he didn't maintain promises made in the past and that the new governor could govern well. this as the foul mouthed comedian/politician whipped a route into a frenzy into a rally in milan:we have more. >> reporter: supporters of the five-star movement out in force. some estimates suggest up to 100,000 people gathered in the square to hear him speak. he was treated like a rock star by the supporters that surrounded him as he left his camper van, the tsunami tour is what he's allegedly on right now. he certainly is g
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